The Nation Ford High School Journalism Department won 10 awards at the South Carolina Scholastic Press Association (SCSPA) Spring Conference at USC-Columbia on Tuesday.
won first in the state for Advertising Design.
won first place in the state for News Feature Writing.
The NAFO News
won an Honor rating.
NAFO Journalism Online
won a Merit rating.
won second in the state in the photography contest.
newspaper earned the Most Improved Newspaper Award and a Superior rating.
staff won a scholarship to the Carolina Journalism Institute, a summer program for student journalists.
Adviser Chuck Walker
was named 2014 recipient of the Reid H. Montgomery Adviser of the Year award, for his high standard of excellence in service to scholastic journalism.
Principal Beverley Bowman
was named the 2014 recipient of the Albert T. Scroggins Award, for her outstanding contributions to scholastic journalism.
Ten students from Nation Ford attended the conference.
Nation Ford High School sponsors five publications: yearbook, newspaper, literary magazine, online newspaper, and a television broadcast.
Congratulations to the NFHS Band for their memorable performance at Pearl Harbor Friday, April 11th. Great job, Martin, and especially thankful to all the chaperones for all of their hard work!!
Special THANKS to our Parent Volunteer Committee for all their
hard work in making the faculty, staff and students feel special and appreciated! They go the extra mile in all they do!
Pictured - Terry Gibson, Helen Combs, Cori Mitchell, Brynne Fisher
Stephanie Devaney, ReJenna Haiderer, Analy Rivas
Please congratulate the winners in the 2014 NFHS Pageant. Read more...
Future Business Leaders of America traveled to N. Charleston for the State Leadership Conference last weekend.
Zack Lutz and Stephanie Cavanaugh from Digital Art and Design level 2, won the South Carolina National School Public Relations Association Award for creating the design for the 2013 Comprehensive Annual Report for the Fort Mill School District. Read more...
The Nation Ford High School Digital Art and Design
program was involved in a mascot design competition between Fort Mill High School Graphic Communications and Nation Ford High School Digital Art and Design led by Joe McConkey. Read more...